Three-Stone Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring (Unmounted)

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Two dazzling emerald cut diamonds give this ring contemporary flair. The diamonds, at approximately .44 carat total weight, are hand-matched for sparkle and shine and set in a classic setting crafted from 14 karat white gold. Add the center diamond of your choice.

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Item Number: 41016544
$1,895

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Item Details

Item Number 41016544
Design Type Two Stone
*Metal Finish Polished
Metal Type 14K White Gold
*Setting Type Prong Set
Shank Type Half Round
Stone Shape Emerald Cut
Stone Type Diamond
*Total Carat Weight 3/8 ct. t.w.
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Diamonds
  • Clean your diamond jewelry regularly at home in an ultrasonic cleaner or by hand. To make your own jewelry cleaning solution, mix one part ammonia to six parts water.
  • Gently scrub the diamond piece with a small soft toothbrush to loosen dirt and restore the diamond's brilliance. Be careful not to scratch the metal setting. Always rinse after cleaning.

  • Gold Jewelry
  • Proper care of your gold jewelry will assure a long-lasting glow. Gold is tarnish-resistant, but it can get dirty or smudged.
  • Every so often, clean your gold jewelry with a mild detergent or ammonia solution (one part ammonia to six parts water). Avoid ammonia solution when cleaning pieces that contain pearls.
  • Do not use any kind of abrasive that might scratch the gold.
  • Use a soft brush to gently clean intricate filigree designs and under stones.
  • Rinse and wipe jewelry after cleaning

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